Living History Days 

Wayne Harvey

The weather may not have been ideal, with the cool temperatures and on and off rain drops,But that didn’t stop folks from heading out to Leonard’s Mills Historic Settlement in Bradley for living history days.Volunteers were in 1790’s period dress.The sawmill and logging village were full of activities from that time period.The fall celebration is a chance for visitors to check out some of the colors of the season with their foliage tour.They had wagon rides, and fresh pressed cider hot or cold for those who stopped by.And the President of the Maine Forest and Logging Museum Mike Lane says this shows Mainers where their roots are. ” I think it give you a good sense of where we’ve come from in Maine, we have a tremendous forest products industry and this shows where it started and how much is involved.”